“While Europe is thinking about how to keep its citizens warm, economic growth in Georgia is measured in double digits,” Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said on September 30 at a government meeting.
The agreement was signed at the 39th session of the Council of the Regional Organization for Democracy and Economic Development, known as GUAM. The session was held during the 77th session of the UN General Assembly
Economist Armen Ktoyan believes that Armenian entrepreneurs underestimate the Iranian market, which possesses untapped potential for trade
Traffic jams at checkpoints along the Georgian-Turkish border are becoming worse and locals are suffering.
UN employee Lucas expelled from Abkhazia on charges of espionage. Many in society disagree, pointing to her projects and attraction of investment
Street vendors in Baku are persecuted for not knowing the finer points of the law pertaining to their activities - and subjected to bribe-seeking by police.
According to statistics, approximately 40% reach retirement age. Among men, this figure is 47%
The opposition does not believe the government's explanations
Russia may halt gas supplies to Europe. In response, the EU may expand assistance to Ukraine and tighten sanctions, including on SWIFT and issuing visas to Russians
The Friendship Bridge has been opened on the border of Armenia and Georgia. What do the PMs say about it?
According to preliminary calculations, the new bridge will increase traffic between Armenia and Georgia fourfold
Manufacturers cite the war in Ukraine and uncertainty in the global economy as factors affecting the rising cost
About Armenian winemaking - successes and problems, opportunities for development in the view of producers
As a result, the minimum price of one kilo of grapes will be 90 tetri [~30 cents].
In the second quarter of 2022, the largest number of visitors came from Russia
The rise in consumer prices leaves many people without enough money to live
How CENN supports rural development with the support of the EU and is changing the lives of Tsalka farmers
How Tsalka farmers were able to expand their farms
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, about 6,400 Russian companies have been registered in Georgia
The overall investment climate in Azerbaijan is improving, though major challenges remain, a US State Department report says
Entrepreneurs explain why they have established guest houses and cafes on the border with Azerbaijan, where it is not exactly easy to live, and possibly dangerous
Vahan Kerobyan discusses the possible economic cost-benefit ratio of opening the border with Turkey and restoring railway communication with Azerbaijan
A young beekeeper who radically changed his profession - about beekeeping, journalism and economics
Azerbaijan signed a memorandum on gas export with the European Union. According to the document, Baku will double the volume of natural gas exported to Europe